[SUCCESS] Gigabyte GA-H170-D3H - Intel™ Core® i3-6100 - Corsair 8GB RAM - HD 530 - Sierra 10.12.6 - Mojave 10.14.6

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Dec 25, 2015
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Poles Build: Gigabyte GA-H170-D3H - i3-6100 - HD 530


Gigabyte GA-H170-D3H

Intel i3-6100 3.7GHz Sky Lake Processor

Corsair Vengeance 2400MHz RAM

TOSHIBA 500GB Internal Hard Drive

Foxin FPS 600 PSU

Foxin ATX Cabinet

Already Owned

LG Monitor


The Build

My old macMini with 1.4GHz & 4 GB RAM became terrible for running Xcode & other applications together. It takes 5 mintues to open all needful applications like Xcode 8, Simulator, Chrome/Firefox. Then only I can start start work. Sometimes it hangs too much that I have to restart it. And now watching Xcode 9 beta on WWDC 2017 with multi simulator functionalities I decided to keep the macMini in my garage.
Now my focus of this custom build was cost & performance effective both at the same time. I know I can insert more RAMs at any time.

BIOS Settings

1. To access BIOS/UEFI Setup, press and hold F2 on a USB Keyboard while the system is booting up.
2. Load Optimized Defaults
3. VT-d - Disabled
4. Fast Boot Mode - Disabled
5. OS Type to Other OS
6. IO SerialPort - Disabled
7. XHCI Handoff - Enabled
8. Save and exit.

Unibeast 7.1.1
Used a 8GB flash drive with macOS Sierra 10.12.6 installation file and selected UFEI options to make it bootable.

Then I used F12 to got boot options and booted from flash drive.

Multibeast 9.1.0

After fresh installation I used the following configuration shown below.[/SIZE]

And after restarting...BOOM! Its ready for use except...the Audio.
Then I used this renowned file: to enable audio. But Again another problem raised. No Audio after sleep/wake :banghead:

Then I found this link:

I followed:
  1. Download RehabMan's latest file
  2. Move to the CodecCommander.kext from Release folder to Desktop
  3. Right click on CodecCommander.kext file. Then Show Package Contents -> Contents
  4. Edit Info.plist (I used plistEditorPro or Xcode)
  5. Search the LAST <key>Realtek ALC1150</key>
  6. Change "Update Nodes" from false to true
  7. <key>Update Nodes</key>
  8. <true/>
  9. Add to /S/L/E with kextbeast
  10. reboot
Now Everything is working as far I know.

Update 1: Upgraded to mojave 10.14.6

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is sleep/wake working
can you post you .plist file or EFI folder ?
can you post you .plist file or EFI folder ?
I recommend you print out his installation procedures and follow them, checking off each step as you go along. This is how you learn and become self efficient. :thumbup:
I followed your instructions, and it worked like charm. But USB 3 are not working on High Sierra. Any solution??
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